Bat-To-Human Disease Transmission Most Likely To Occur In Sub-Saharan Africa, Paper Shows

ScienceShot: Map pinpoints hotspot of bat-transmitted diseases
“The next deadly disease to jump from bats to humans is most likely to emerge in sub-Saharan Africa, according to an article published [Monday] in The American Naturalist…” (Kupferschmidt, 1/4).

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